The famous economist Isher Ahluwalia died at 74

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Isher Ahluwalia, 74, died on 26th September 2020.
October 1 was his 75th birthday. She is survived by her husband, Montek Singh Ahluwalia, former vice-chairman of the Planning Commission, son Pawan, and Aman.

The career of Isher Ahluwalia:

Ahluwalia had served as chairman and director of the Indian Council for Research in International Economic Relations (ICRI ER).
His career began with the International Monetary Fund.
She was the Vice-Chairman of the Punjab State Planning Board for some time.

Books were written by Isher Ahluwalia:

He has written books on Industrial Growth in India – Stagnation of Mid-Sixties and Productivity and Growth in Indian Manufacturing,
Transforming Our Cities – Post Cards of Change
Urbanization in India – Challenges
Opportunities and the Way Forward.
His book ‘Breaking Thu a Memoir by Isher Judge Ahluwalia’ was published the last month

Reference Used: E Paper Loksatt

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